The film content: Jesse Stone: Night Passage is a American television film directed by Robert Harmon based on the novel Night Passage by Robert B. Parker. The film tells a story about a retired detective who is hired as the police chief of a small town and immersed in a series of mysteries. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jesse Stone: Night Passage
In this prequel to 'Stone Cold,' Tom Selleck reprises his role as Jesse Stone, an L.A. cop who relocates to a small town only to find himself immersed in one mystery after the other.
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Kisaan T (us) wrote: Revolutionary for a Bollywood Cinema, Film itself reveals the true Nature of Bollywood, and still it does not completely transforms into an Art Movie (which contain mostly dialogues) and therefore is enjoyable more than once.It also contains Songs which are good to listen and are Trademark of Bollywood.
Indira S (us) wrote: hoooo it's turn out to be some kind of "my name is khan' a Hollywood version of it ^^
Dave H (au) wrote: If you like Wilderness Survival, this is a must for you. It's a hidden gem. I watch it frequently when going to sleep. Dick Proenneke was a pioneer, and I tip my cap to him.
James H (ca) wrote: Melodramatic and very far fetched. The plot has gaping holes in it. The cast does a decent job and it does have some tense moments, but overall it's believable factor bogs the film down.
Lloyd D (gb) wrote: Whilst it is true the plot is predicable and formulaic, the film is intelligent and full of character. A film to add to the list of quiet thoughtful movies that just make you feel positive.
Kenneth M (de) wrote: Jeg likte denne godt en gang i tida, faktisk. En guilty pleasure. De bruker alle klisjeene og fyller den med enkle, sjarmerende karakterer.
Arseniy V (es) wrote: About three quarters of the way in, I was left with little faith that Trier will be able to make much more of this than a glorified Twilight Zone episode. And even in retrospect, some aspects of this film are indeed lacking (e.g. the sailor ingredient). Ultimately however, between Watson's marvelous performance and that ending - alone - the film does manage a rather powerful resonance. As does my having unexpectedly rediscoved Cartlidge's very specific type of magic and the distinct lack thereof owed to her early departure.
David H (br) wrote: One of the most stupid movies ever made in the 80s, and that's truly saying something. Regardless, stupidity can sometimes be very enjoyable, as it is in Robert Englund's directorial debut. I should clarify that it's primarily the concept that's pretty idiotic, and that's something the film itself can't quite overcome (even if it is something of a horror/comedy). Englund, however, proves to be a wonderfully playful director, and shows off with fancy camera angles and eye-popping cinematography that more than capably guide the spectator through the plot. The story itself is quite predictable, though there's enough quirky, oddball characters and humour to make up for that. And the performances are surprisingly good, with every actor surprisingly committed to their parts. In all, it's a really nice slice of 80s blue cheese.
Jeffrey R (de) wrote: Been a while since I've seen this one. Wanna see it again
Jake S (au) wrote: pretty bland story line.. takes no effort to follow this plot..its just your basic 80s teen flick
Jeremy R (ru) wrote: The usual holiday oriented fun from Rankin Bass. Man, Boris Karloff was just awesome. The implication that the Invisible Man is naked from the waist down is kinda creepy, though.
Andy W (ru) wrote: Only gave it 2 as it has 10 pin in it, fart jokes and a pair of tits but not Tara Reid, and a great scene with Vinnie Jones in, otherwise mediocre comedy that is so predictable and finishes crap.
Sara C (kr) wrote: Really funny a great watch